52. Mr. REDMOND
asked the Prime Minister whether any representative Irishmen have been added to the Committee which is sitting for the consideration of after-the-War trade and commerce?
53. Mr. REDMOND
asked the Prime Minister whether it is the intention to appoint some representative Irishmen on the Committee which is about to consider after the war educational problems?
54. Mr. REDMOND
asked the Prime Minister whether it is the intention of the Government to appoint a Special Committee to deal with the questions affecting agriculture after the war; and, if so, whether representatives of Irish interests will be included on it?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
Yes, Sir; arrangements are being made for the representation of Irish interests on this Committee.
Was the question of the contribution of men from Ireland taken into consideration by the hon. and learned Gentleman before he talked about representation on committees?
§ 56. Mr. BROOKES
asked the Prime Minister what steps are being taken to deal after the war with alien immigration from enemy countries?
§ 61. Mr. MOLTENO
asked the Prime Minister what are the subjects upon which the sub-committees of the Reconstruction Committee have been asked to inquire and report; what is the nature and scope of the various remits to these committees; and will he state the names of the" members composing these committees, looking to the immense importance of the questions involved and the desirability of the House being informed of the nature of the inquiries being conducted and the names of the persons conducting them?